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Postby lazzaris » Fri Jun 26, 2009 2:12 am

at the start of the year i was 100kg, i decided to crash diet, but before i did i researched it a lot before i went ahead with it. in a term (10weeks) i lost 20kg and i only put 5kg back on.

i wasn't eating at all on weekends, but coz i got school i had black coffee and oats on weekdays. really works, you just have to slowly get back onto food other wise u gain heaps of weight.
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Re: crash

Postby Sussy » Fri Jun 26, 2009 8:40 pm

WHAT THE!!!!

Who on earth could possibly do this for one week let alone ten!!! Only drink coffee and eat oats on weekdays and nothing on weekends...how ridiculous, you must have been an absolute delight to be around not to mention tired and lethargic. How dangerous.

Don't think too many will be following this one. I won't.
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Re: crash

Postby Shalimar » Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:07 pm

Obviously we have been wasting our time doing what we have been doing Sussy :wink: .
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Re: crash

Postby Julia68 » Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:24 pm

Sorry to be barging in here. But Sussy, I'm new to the boards and just read your ticker. Congratulations - what an amazing achievement. Good luck with the 60.

BTW re crash. the body works in mysterious ways sometimes. When I was younger I did many stupid things and I was always around 60kgs for 168cm tall. Now, I'm older and the problems such silly behaviour caused is a ten year fight with weight and metabolism. Do be careful!
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Re: crash

Postby qtpie » Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:44 pm

I personally belive that is a very unhealthy way to loose weight and it is actually not a good long term fix, the same thing happens to the biggest looser contestants the exercise for 4 hours a day and when they leave, all the weight they loose gets put back on, chris the winner of either 2006 or 2007 put on 30kg after he left, now I know what you are doing is different but be careful coz you may end up with the same result, however, if you ease into the food and maintain a healthy lifestyle without any junk food you should be ok (exercise will help too)
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Re: crash

Postby DeeEm » Thu Jul 02, 2009 8:55 pm

Isn't it also really bad for your internal organs to not eat??

Long-term damage for a short-term (and short-lasting) goal.
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Re: crash

Postby onthedecrease » Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:23 pm

omg, how dangerous. I seriously hope you take into consideration what everyone has said here.... :?
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